Monthly Archives: July 2011

Preparing for a Complete Meltdown

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How to Invest for US Default

I’ve heard the question several times now; How to invest for the US default on August 2? Whether or not the US cannot raise the debt cieling and defaults isn’t the right question. As James Kostohyrz (Miyanville.com) asks, “Given the … Continue reading

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We Are Traders

The following is a recent commercial for OpenTrader…pretty slick actually (and check out the book selection at 0:30). Sounds great, doesn’t it? Sitting around in shorts and t-shirt, making million dollar deals with from the comfort of your desk chair. … Continue reading

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Quote of the Day – Doug Kass

  “Price is what you pay, value is what you get..” – Fund Manager Doug Kass   Hat Tip – Barry Ritholtz See other Quotes on Wealth and Success at Invest-Safely.com

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